More About Alisa
As a working actress Alisa has portrayed numerous leading ladies of the musical stage from Sandy and Rizzo in Grease, Eva Peron in Evita to the lead role of Norma Desmond in the original company of Sunset Boulevard in London’s West End as well as on Broadway.
As a lead vocalist she has sung with the B.B.C. orchestra, recorded in the famous Abbey Road studios, been the featured guest on many radio and television shows in the United Kingdom as well as here in the U.S.
As a dramatic actress she has portrayed several of Shakespeare’s leading ladies including Juliet, Cleopatra, Shrews Kate and Henry’s Queen Margaret to mention a few.
As a teaching artist she has worked with Camp Broadway, U. S. Performing Arts Camp, The Johnny Mercer Foundations Accentuate the Positive program teaching song and lyric writing workshops in schools throughout the America, as well as creating a Theater Camp for young performers in Manhattans Turtle Bay Section.
During the course of her professional performance career Alisa has always felt it important to work with fellow artists. She has found enormous joy and a sense of purpose in mentorship while passing along the craft and giving singing artists the tools to not only create effective, healthy vocal, audition and performance skills but to also thrive as human beings in the theatrical profession and have a balanced, positive perspective about themselves and the unique talents artist has to share.
Why Study with Alisa?
She’s Done It on Broadway and in the West End
Alisa has sung lead roles, 8 shows a week, on Broadway and in London’s West End.
She knows HOW TO TEACH IT
Alisa’s technique builds vocal health that will give you the vocal stamina and longevity to land and excel in major roles.
She knows The Business
Alisa’s experience-based coaching can empower you to nail the audition from the moment you enter the room.
Alisa does all of this in a direct, honest, and gentle way that will put you at ease, freeing you to do your best work, taking your craft to the next level with each and every lesson.